Well Nettie successfully found my camera, under the couch cushion that one of my kids fell asleep on and peed, I couldn't be too mad, I did after all find my camera. Well now it is broken. I got in one last photo shoot with the girls when Mason stepped on it. I don't even want to talk too much about it because I have missed a hundred photos in the last few days.
The fence is going up. Soon very soon. I think work will start on Monday. That means that our two adopted big dogs will be coming home. I am nervous about this. Four dogs. Two of them weighing over 100 pounds each. Then with our renter moving in and bringing her dog we will have five dogs running the property. Should be fun.
Got the above ground pool set up. Five thousand gallons of water, right on my doorstep all held back by three layers of vinyl. Should be fun.
Insert some random history. We have been calling the area (our walk out basement) with the above ground pool "the pool area" for 20 something years, yet there has never been a pool there. Well tonight we made that a reality. For the first time in over 20 years kids actually swam in what is called the pool area.
Five kids ready to swim their little hearts out on our chickenless porch. Should be fun.
I know I am just so classy how can I even handle it?
Since I don't have a camera we can all pretend that is is my family. They are just like us anyway... so happy and calm, notice the water level is in tact and there is not giant slashing hahahah typo splashing~ going on! Yes just like my kids.
Tonight while I was building the ladder for the pool, Abby and I hear a knock at the back door. I dismissed it knowing it couldn't be anyone, but she opened the door and slammed it shut immediately screaming. Well that did wanders for my adrenalin. She told me in a breathless sort of way that the giant bug was back. Feeling like I was in a 70's horror film I told her not to scare me like that! The bug she was speaking of came with a friend and the night before they collectively assaulted our house from the front and the back. We are talking at least 5 inches of pure beetle. So tonight when I had to turn the hose off out back I walked with much caution. Heeby Jeebys. Apparently they are the Palo Verde beetle and can get up to six inches! They make their presence known in July! Well there ya have it.